Littlest Pet Shop Wii Game Review – review and summary of the Littlest Pet Shop Wii game. My daughter enjoys the Littlest Pet Shop Board Game, would she enjoy the Wii version of the series?
We got our daughter the Littlest Pet Shop for Wii game for Christmas. I was skeptical about spending the money on it because I did not know too much about it and my daughter didn’t seem to be a huge video game fan. But she loves Littlest Pet Shop so we gave it a shot. Littlest Pet Shop Wii Game Review
Luckily, she loves Littlest Pet Shop for Wii. The basic concept is that you collect pets one at a time, play games with them and explore four different worlds – a winter wonderland, a lush jungle, a pretty garden, and Pet Plaza. You collect coins as you go on adventures, play games, etc. and you can buy things for your pets.
Per usual, the pets in Littlest Pet Shop for Wii are adorable. It is fun collecting the pets and dressing them up. You get to name each one and watch it do fun and cute things. My daughter loves naming them. It’s like they each have their own personality. You rotate between each pet and have them visit differnt places – the arcade, a salon, a tree house and so much more. You can buy them a boom box, treadmill, exercise wheel… You have to keep them happy. It’s kind of like the Webkinz.
Overall, Littlest Pet Shop for Wii is fun. The only down side is that there is a lot of reading in the game. My daughter can do it; she is in kindergarten. But you need to know Littlest Pet Shop for Wii may not be suitable for younger kids, or you may just end up having to play Littlest Pet Shop for Wii with your child. Also, the Littlest Pet Shop for Wii doesn’t exactly pack an educational wallop. It’s pretty mindless entertainment. Still, even in a huge video game market, there isn’t a lot of options out there for little girls. Littlest Pet Shop for Wii fills a void. Littlest Pet Shop for Wii is a nice game!
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